23.10.12

Batiste Graffiti




It's not the best brand of dry shampoo out there to be honest. There's Fish, Tresemme and Boots that do better ones apparently without leaving a white haze but I don't care as Batiste is the only one I have got along with since the past few years. The others I find overtly strong or just too mild for my liking. Even with the added task of brushing away those white bits, I'd prefer Batiste over any other simply because it's so accessible, cheaper than chips (well not chips but say a burger?) and does the effort of bringing to us delicious new scents every month alongside funky packaging. The Graffiti one as the name suggests is quite cool and edgy looking and I've always been a fan of such prints so it's a staple on my dresser currently. Secondly, the scent is a perfect amalgamation of fruity and woody notes that aren't too overpowering to leave you in a sneezing fit each morning (Hello Fish Dry Shampoo!).

Especially as the colder months arrive, constantly washing of hair can be damaging to the roots causing the skin on the scalp to dry out and flake as well the ends, leading to more split ends. If you're obsessed with squeaky clean and voluminous hair like me, learn to fake it with Batiste.

www.batistehair.co.uk

1 comment:

Shikha S said...

how cute :-) I loved colors and packaging is so adorable